I've been tinkering with this project on and off for the last few months, as much for my own enjoyment as anything, working on each tiny illustration using my usual method of pen and ink using my hand carved bamboo pens. From Anteater to Zebra via Hammerhead Shark, Narwhal, Flamingo and Sloth! Reproduced on luxurious archival watercolour paper, this art print will hopefully stir up imagination and curiosity, help learning and be a thoughtful finishing touch to a little ones nursery. Find your own here.
It was an honour to create a bespoke pet portrait that someone commissioned as their wedding present to their blushing bride on the big day. Such a handsome pup too! Fancy your own? You can find more info here.
Bottom right image courtesy of the shiny new Mr and Mrs Thomas!
Another work-in-progress Inky pet portrait... This little lady is a tiny Dachshund, which is super fun to say. Fancy your own? Get in touch!
Another pet portrait work in progress sneak peek! I wish I could go back in time and tell 8 year old me that someday someone would pay me to draw a horse... It'd blow her mind.
Another work in progress pet portrait sneak peek... Say hello to Barney! It's not finished. For Ella.
I've just polished off a lovely bespoke cushion commission for Interior Designer Celia James. She picked her fabrics and sizes of choice and I made it happen.
Drop me a message if you have any bespoke hankerings.
A beautiful Cypriot holiday villa wanted a new logo incorporating olives/greek pottery and a general mediterranean vibe. As per usual I created a range of options and left it up to the owners to decide which they preferred as a final.
Right, it feels like holiday o'clock now, get me on a plane!
When friends of friends would like bespoke wedding stationery, I'm only too happy to oblige. As usual, I created a range of ideas for a bride that didn't know exactly what she wanted, once ideas and details were finalised I got to work!
One of my favourite designs to date I think, translated onto both day and simplified evening invitations.
Following up the Christmas invites, which hopefully will do just the job, Hope City also wanted some welcome cards - I gladly obliged! To counter the coldness of winter, I used some of my summery photography.
I wasn't sure if people really use QR codes still or not, but thought it wouldn't hurt! It might even show that churches can be capable of living in the same world as everyone else...
One of my regular Clients (see here, here, and here for more) needed some vibrant invitations for a Christmas event. Utilising some work I'd done for moo.com, I put these together - I hope they did the trick in persuading people to beat the weather and head outside!